Trump is taking credit for Warmbier’s release. ‘At least we got him home,’ the President said yesterday, promising that ‘we’ll be able to handle’ the North Korean regime, which he rightly called ‘brutal’
Donald Trump has attacked the "brutality of the North Korean regime" following the death of American student Otto Warmbier - who had been imprisoned in the country for 17 months.
He was imprisoned after allegedly trying to steal a North Korea propaganda banner
The former basketball star gave Kim Jong-un’s ministers a copy of Donald Trump's bestseller ‘The Art of The Deal’
The 'Where's Waldo' book might be for Mr Kim's daughter
The 22-year-old was rushed to hospital after touching down in Ohio
'The DPRK is about 10,400 km far away from New York, but this is just not a long distance for a strike today'
The University of Virginia student has been jailed since January 2016
Operation comes just days after Kim Jong-un conducted short-range ballistic missile test
‘It’s the first time we have exercised with two carriers. It’s a major exercise for us’
US says it has been 'very transparent in all our actions' as threat from Pyongyang continues
The Pentagon has not successfully tested an interceptor missile since 2014
The East Asian nation has carried out seven missile tests so far this year
Donald Trump recently called North Korean leader Kim Jong-un a 'madman'
Ri Pyong-chol, Kim Jong-sik and Jang Chang-ha are close to their leader and of growing interest to Western security operatives
Recent US rhetoric has given Beijing heightened concerns that Washington might now be thinking, much more seriously, about a pre-emptive strike on Pyongyang’s nuclear capabilities